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Hey Which classical music pieces do you listen to the most?


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Claire de lune - Debussy
Gymnopedie 2 - Erik Satie
Symphony 7, Movement 2 - Beethoven
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4 seasons - Vivaldi
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Claire de lune - Debussy
Gymnopedie 2 - Erik Satie
Symphony 7, Movement 2 - Beethoven
I've never listened to those, but I definitely will!! Thank you!!


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Dvorak's New World Symphony. Especially the final movement. Favourite classical piece.
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4 seasons - Vivaldi
An amazing piece, I've listened to the whole thing soooo many times but I still like the "spring" part the most


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Dvorak's New World Symphony. Especially the final movement. Favourite classical piece.
I will make sure to listen to that one Thank you so much!!


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Claire de Lune (Debussy) Moonlight Sonata (Beethoven) and my favourite piece of classical music is Canon in D (Pachelbel)
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Claire de Lune, Moonlight Sonata and my favourite piece of classical music is Canon in D (Pachelbel)
Moonlight sonata is the best!! And thank you for the rest, I'll make sure to listen to them


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Beethoven
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J. Rutter: Suite Antique
Sibelius: Violin Concerto
various stuff by Dvorak, Shostakovich, Chopin, Brahms, Mahler...
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These are all the ones I listen to quite regularly:

Beethoven Symphonies 5 and 6
Pavane by Faure
Jupiter by Holst (the whole planets suite is quite good too)
Mozart symphonies 25 and 40 and another piece called The Marriage of Figaro (?), it's only like 4 minutes long
Dvorak symphonies 8 and 9
Schubert symphonies 5 and 8
Chopin raindrop prelude
Ludovico Einaudi's Primavera and I Giorni
And I really like Comptine d'un autre ete by Yann Tiersen

(not sure some of these are exactly 'classical' music but they're instrumental )

There are other really good pieces out there but these are my favourites
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Brahm's Hungarian Dances. And I have a soft spot for Beethoven in general. On iTunes you can get albums for each of the most prominent classical composers with 100 of their pieces, the price ranging from $5.99-$7.99 per album, and just play it all day.
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(Original post by melody19)
These are all the ones I listen to quite regularly:

Beethoven Symphonies 5 and 6
Pavane by Faure
Jupiter by Holst (the whole planets suite is quite good too)
Mozart symphonies 25 and 40 and another piece called The Marriage of Figaro (?), it's only like 4 minutes long
Dvorak symphonies 8 and 9
Schubert symphonies 5 and 8
Chopin raindrop prelude
Ludovico Einaudi's Primavera and I Giorni
And I really like Comptine d'un autre ete by Yann Tiersen

(not sure some of these are exactly 'classical' music but they're instrumental )

There are other really good pieces out there but these are my favourites
OMG YES YES YES ALL OF THEM ARE SO AMAZING especially Ludovico Einaudi's Primavera and many more omg ❤ This is great, you are great!! Thank you!!


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I love classical music, among my favourites are Shostakovich's Second Waltz, Chopin's Etude in E major, Beethoven's 9th Symphony (especially the 2nd movement) and Moonlight Sonata
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Brahm's Hungarian Dances. And I have a soft spot for Beethoven in general. On iTunes you can get albums for each of the most prominent classical composers with 100 of their pieces, the price ranging from $5.99-$7.99 per album, and just play it all day.
Which Hungarian Dance is your favourite? I love Nos. 5 and 7 personally
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I love classical music, among my favourites are Shostakovich's Second Waltz, Chopin's Etude in E major, Beethoven's 9th Symphony (especially the 2nd movement) and Moonlight Sonata
Hey I really like your taste in music


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Which one's your favourite? I love Nos. 5 and 7 personally
For Beethoven? Definitely Egmont, Op. 84: Overture in F Minor and No. 5 as well.
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Hey I really like your taste in music


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Thank you I find classical music to be a breath of fresh air with all the ****e that's in the charts these days!
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Thank you I find classical music to be a breath of fresh air with all the ****e that's in the charts these days!
Hear, hear!
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